At This Point A Forgettable Season For The Montreal Canadiens

At This Point A Forgettable Season For The Montreal Canadiens
2 months ago  /  Kuklas Korner  /  Read Time: 33 seconds

from Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette,


Are Canadiens fans ready for another 63 games of this?

That’s a question many must be asking themselves — if they’re still watching the games — as this road-to-nowhere season continues.

The Canadiens have a 4-13-2 record heading into Saturday’s game at the Bell Centre against the Nashville Predators (7 p.m., SNE, CITY, TVA Sports, TSN 690 Radio, 98.5 FM) and have been outscored 67-38, scoring an average of only two goals per game.

The Canadiens are bad and boring.

Make that very bad, and memories of last season’s journey to the Stanley Cup final have already faded away, seeming like it was years ago....

The Canadiens often look lost and confused in the defensive zone and have big problems hitting the net in the offensive zone.


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